Walt Disney World theme parks are beginning to reopen and with that comes new safety measures and guidelines. These measures will make experiencing attractions and rides different than we are used to. One of our writers was at Magic Kingdom recently and we’re here to tell you all about the new measures for experiencing Splash Mountain.
Throughout the ride queue, there are markings showing guests where to stand so they can follow physical distancing guidelines. There’s also plexiglass separating the would-be FastPass line and the standby line.
Cast members only load one party per log. So, if you are a single rider, you will get the log to yourself!
Cast members working Splash Mountain were wearing masks as well as face shields. Guests are also required to wear their masks on this ride, even though you could get wet. Bring an extra mask or two just in case!
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